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GMAT STUDY GUIDE HELP - Move on to verbal?

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GMAT STUDY GUIDE HELP - Move on to verbal? [#permalink] New post 03 Apr 2012, 09:12
Hi Everyone,

I have been loosely following the recommended 3 month study guide; at what point do people move to Verbal? Do you wait until you master quant or study quant for a month then move to verbal no matter what you're scoring, then finalize both topics during the third month?

I'm trying to take the GMAT June 2nd (although I haven't scheduled so I can push it out), looking to score 700+. After reviewing the quant for about a month (on and off), i'm scoring around 40. Should I continue to study quant or move on to verbal for the next month then tighten up both verbal/quant in May (3rd month of study guide).

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Re: GMAT STUDY GUIDE HELP - Move on to verbal? [#permalink] New post 03 Apr 2012, 09:46
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Your quant seems okay, so you can incorporate verbal into your studies soon. But do not phase out your math studies entirely. You need to maintain progress there and still improve if your goal is in the 700 range. The trick, then, is to find a balance that allows you to improve in both.
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Re: GMAT STUDY GUIDE HELP - Move on to verbal? [#permalink] New post 05 Apr 2012, 09:01
Thanks bmillan01! Off to verbal I go!
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Re: GMAT STUDY GUIDE HELP - Move on to verbal? [#permalink] New post 05 Apr 2012, 09:51
I'm studying quant now, but what i do as a back check is review some verbal rules every now and then (flash cards on my phone while waiting for doctors appointments, stuck in traffic, etc.) and another thing that helps is just answering questions that people post on this forums. Maybe you could do that in the quant forums, you dont want to phase it out completely
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